Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Lettinger to lead freshmen; Kelly elected vice-president • Sororities accept sixty new sisters • Two rediscovered works highlight woodwind five's Bomberger performance • Minnich, Weiss win state Young Republican offices • Lawrence calls collegians for press conference: Weekly editor represents Ursinus at Capitol confab • Ursinus to hear Maine's Senator Smith; Receives honorary degree on Founders Day • Efficiency, devotion to duty mark Margaret Chase Smith • Pradervand, Zabarah come to Ursinus from Switzerland, Yemen for studies • President lauds Parents Day; Excellent preparations cited • Editorial: Credit where credit is due • Ursinus in the past • Education by travel • Letters to the editor • 30 yard run breaks Bears backs following 12-6 victory over Wilkes • Hockey lassies remain unbeaten; Defeat Swarthmore, tie Temple girls • Bakermen boot first foes; Lose third tilt to Hens, 2-0 • Hakanson's heft plugs defensive hole; Massachusetts man UC's middle guard • Dean Kellow talks on medical school • Dr. Armstrong organizing second European Tour • German Club members get first-hand Berlin account

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Founders Day, Margaret Chase Smith, Parents Day, David L. Lawrence, Mohammed Zabarah, Yemen, Paul Pradervand, Switzerland, student government, Bill Lettinger, Mike Kelly, sororities, rushing, Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet, Young Republicans, Jim Minnich, Val Weiss, study abroad, European Tour, football, soccer, field hockey, Al Hakanson, Maurice Armstrong, William F. Kellow, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 3.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1961



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